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PLC, Collaborative Inquiry @YCDSB

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Jennifer Casa-Todd

on 10 April 2013

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Transcript of PLC, Collaborative Inquiry @YCDSB

Professional Learning Cycle
Collaborative Inquiry Process
Literacy 7-12 Step 1: Examine Data Perceptual Student Work Samples EQAO data (Grade 6) Special Education
English Teachers
Administrator Who? Information:
Retrieval Cognitive Processes and Learning Information
In Information
Out Verbal Comprehension

Perceptual Reasoning

Working Memory

Processing Speed

**Executive Functioning** Unpacking the IEPs How does the the information in the IEP support the observations you’ve made today?
How do the accommodations fit the student profile? Step 2:
Student Learning Needs
Focus for Inquiry
English PLC Conference

Literacy ConferenceReading Instructional Strategies
Subject-Specific Conference-->
English PLC Find the instructional strategies on
First Class A Variety of Texts A focus on student learning Step 3: Co-plan, Co-teach, Observe, Reflect A Variety of Tools and Strategies Curriculum-->Secondary-->Literacy-->Reading Teacher learning Facilitator learning Inspired by the Journey of Math and Special Education @YCDSB Questions that have come up:
How might we differentiate for our students based on their needs and interests, while maintaining consistent evaluation practices?
How do we overcome the obstacle of teaching a unit because of its availability rather than because it's the best fit for the group of students in front of us?
How might our reading assessments look differently so as to have a more accurate picture of student learning?
Should we limit whole class novel studies in grade 9 and 10 applied English?
How might we teach Shakespeare differently so that students appreciate the language and the story, but that it doesn't take up too much time?
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